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Research team

PEARL - Pain in Early Life

About this team

Team information

Neonatal pain-labThe neonatal pain-lab allows us to study pain alleviation to newborn infants. Photo Lars-Göran Jansson, USÖ

Newborn infants and their families are exposed to a great amount of stress and pain, inflicting short- and long-term negative consequenses. The research group study pharmacological and caring / supporting interventions to prevent and decrease this stress / pain and its effects. Methods to assess stress and pain are studied, and also how the existing knowledge is implemented in health care systems. The group has a wide national and international research-collaboration and works closely with the international PEARL research group.

Research funding bodies

  • Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
  • H.K.H. Kronprinsessan Lovisas förening för barnsjukvård
  • The Small Child
  • Mölnycke Health Care AB
  • Swedish Fund Nyckelfonden
  • Region Värmland
  • Regional Research Council Mid Sweden
  • The Samariten foundation for paediatric research
  • Swedish Research Council